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Mayan and Hebrew Meet in Ancient Mexico's Teotihuacan

Mayan and Hebrew Meet in Ancient Mexico's Teotihuacan

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Teotihuacan is an ancient Mexican archaeological marvel. Yet, another amazing discovery has been made. Hebrew Kabbalah has been discovered to purposefully design the measurements of the temples and the streets. This verifiable research confirms that Hebrew priests aided the Mayans in the building of this greatest city of the Americas history.

Publication Date: Nov 7, 2013
Publication Name: Pulling for Turtle Island Publishers
Teotihuacan is an ancient Mexican archaeological marvel. Yet, another amazing discovery has been made. Hebrew Kabbalah has been discovered to purposefully design the measurements of the temples and the streets. This verifiable research confirms that Hebrew priests aided the Mayans in the building of this greatest city of the Americas history.

Publication Date: Nov 7, 2013
Publication Name: Pulling for Turtle Island Publishers

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Hebrew Kabbalah Priests Assisted in the Designing of Mexico’s Teotihuacan
As a result of this research pointing to Hebrew Messianic imagery (1) a study of the measurements of the unearthed city of Teotihuacan of ancient Mexico was made using Hebrew and Greek Gematria with original Mayan Hunab measurements. The following amazing results illustrate verifiable Hebrew words related to the Kabbalah world tree produced by the street and  building measurements of Teotihuacan . The city of Teotihuacan consists of the Avenue of the Dead running north from the Pyramid of the Moon to the south past the pyramid of the Sun on the left (eastward) all the way to the Temple of Quetzalcoatl, also on the left. This avenue used to be a river cascading down steps all along its path. The steps were designed with specific dimensions with each of the ten sections having their own unique length and width measurements. In his efforts to measure these sections and the three temple pyramids, Hugh Harleston found the Mesoamerican measuring unit, he coined the Hunab. The following diagram contains some of these Hunab measures: Also labeled above are the dimensions of the Pyramid of the Moon, the Sun Pyramid and the Temple of Quetzalcoatl. Some measurements that Harleston found repeated throughout the complex are also listed. Harleston believed that one of the reasons for a city with these specific designs was to illustrate various celestial distances, such as, the distance between planets. It is a possibility, since the  primary temples are built for the Sun, Moon and Venus (Quetzalcoatl, as Morning Star). This research has added another possibility. What if the numbers themselves represent symbols or concepts that point toward a mythological story? In the research on December 21, 2012 (2), it was considered that Quetzalcoatl may have been a foreigner from across the eastern sea and that he may have traveled with ancient Mediterranean sea traders. If so, (and this was just a hunch) influence on the design of this city may have come from anywhere in the world, even from the ancient indigenous tribes of Israel. Though this is a stretch in the research, an investigation into the use of Gematria or word-number associations from Hebrew Kabbalah has been made. These initial surprising results (found on December 20, 2012) are listed below:
 
 Aur is also the birthplace of Abraham. Aur or Ur as a location meant the City of the Light or City of Enlightenment. It was there Abraham was given understanding of his call from God to leave his own security and land to seek out and find the Promise Land. The use of two possible Hebrew words found from Gematria (number correlation) is logical so long as the words expound each other and not merely make up different meanings. For instance, The Ein Sof tree begins with three roots. The first is Ein, meaning Nothing. The second root is Ein Sof, meaning Without End. The third root of the Ein Sof tree is
 Aur Ein Sof,
meaing Endless Light. Therefore, the 207 of Aur complements or expounds upon the 207 of Ein Sof. Similarly, Chesed as the second principal or Sefirot of the Ein Sof World-Tree is represented by 72, which corresponds with 207 due to the location of the measurements and the meaning of the word associations. That is, 207 is a length of the flooded avenue exactly where 72 is the width. And Chesed is the primary virtue or fruit applied to the Ein Sof tree. As well, when 72 produces
 Ab,
meaning cloud, the Hebrew Scripture associated with cloud in 1 Kings 18:44, the cloud rises out
of the sea like man’s hand and relates directly to the numbering of the Right Arm of the
Heavenly Man. The cloud produced the rains forecast by the prophet Elijah who overcame the 450 prophets of Baal on Mount Carmel. Interestingly, 450 minus 72 equals 378, the Length of the complex of the Temple of Quetzalcoatl which runs along the length of the 72 Hunab wide river of the Avenue of the Dead. The measurements of this city consistently defines Hebrew Qabalah and the Ein Sof Tree of Life. Consider the numbers 48 x 324, measured immediately beside (north) those listed above.
 
 To clarify, the four measurements above (207, 72, 24 and 324) can be found above in the southern section of the Avenue of the dead, where the river used to run. It consists of the section of the river beside (or west of) the Temple of Quetzalcoatl. The design of the Avenue of the Dead unfolds using Hebrew Gematria as follows:

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